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Hayley Cordaro is a communications specialist at the Boy Scouts of America. She loves sharing inspiring success stories and uncovering new ways volunteers and employees can make the most of their Scouting experience. If you have story ideas or questions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Building on the success of last year’s efforts, the 2017 National Growth Conference is designed to highlight successful implementation of the Membership Plan by local Scouting volunteers and professionals in addition to giving you information and inspiration as
We all know Scouting is a strong and vibrant force in communities across the nation. Our Scouts are eager to serve in countless capacities, whether through simple daily turns or large-scale Eagle projects. Through the Adopt-A-School program, participating
Want insights on how to reach today’s moms? Interested in jump starting your social media? Want to find out more about reaching diverse markets? Want to learn from major brands like Coke, Chick-fil-A and Johnson and Johnson? Then don’t miss the
What are your evening plans this Thursday, April 6? If they don’t include cozying up on the couch to watch Fox’s MasterChef Junior and Kicking and Screaming, you’re seriously missing out (and we suggest you record the episodes
Story contributed by Christine Rasure, Director of Marketing and Communications for the Greater St. Louis Area Council Boy Scouts may be boy-led, but that doesn’t mean there’s nothing in it for parents. “To me, [Boy Scouts] is when
Since the BSA’s Lion pilot program launched last fall, hundreds of new Scouting families with kindergarten-age boys have explored the fun and adventure that comes along with joining Scouting at a younger age. When mom blogger Ashley of
If your council isn’t leveraging the power of social media for its marketing and recruiting efforts, you are seriously missing out on an excellent opportunity to reach thousands of new families that might not know about Scouting. But don’t worry
Story contributed by Emily Elliott, Marketing & Public Relations Director of the Crossroads of America Council Every winter, Cub Scouts around the nation prepare their Pinewood Derby cars to race down tracks in hopes of being the fastest.
Though a youth’s time as a Scout typically doesn’t extend past age 18 (or 21 if you’re a Venturer), the Scouting program is something that sticks with its members far beyond their childhood years. Eagle Scout Alex C.
Whether we’re talking about Scouts or adult leaders, Boy Scouts of America always encourages personal and professional development through learning and leadership opportunities. Luckily for Scouting volunteers and professionals, we have three exciting advancement education conferences taking place at the